At the conference, chefs cooked for 100 of us using ingredients that were headed for the landfill.
We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: “storm.”
If I were to put up a plaque at church, I’d want it to honor our crew of sextons.
In a course on contemplative prayer, I assigned just six books—and we read them each twice.
“No evil shall befall us,” said St. Anthony in the desert, preachers during the Rwandan genocide, and Americans after 9/11.
Strange things are happening on this mountain.
Debbie's prayers have not been answered.
John Corvino, Ryan Anderson, and Sherif Girgis agree: religious liberty is good, discrimination is bad, and the clash between these values is complicated.
How did Russia's longstanding sense of grievance morph into a civil religion?
Five-Carat Soul is filled with hilarious storytelling, unusual characters, and stark realities.
What happens when a group of radical idealists tries to live together?
Why are Americans always cast as the well-meaning innocents and others as the bad actors?
The reprisal against former Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama has created urgency in Indonesia and elsewhere for protecting civil liberties.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Abundant Harvest ministry near Houston has increased its efforts to feed people and foster community.
“If you are a direct victim of gun violence, you have a right to be heard,” said a grieving mother who has engaged in advocacy with people from Newtown, Connecticut.
The "sensitive locations" policy is in question with undocumented people in hospitals. What about in congregations providing sanctuary?
“He feels he can make a difference, and I think he can,” said a fellow member of Covenant United Methodist Church.